Should Jamie Vardy's Leicester teammates be worried about his preferred Nando's order?
Leicester City's fairytale story has made them everyone's new second favourite Premier League club.
In fact, in some cases, they're becoming people's new favourite team.
RT if you’re more emotionally invested in Leicester’s season than your own club’s.
— Nozza_ (@Nozza_) February 14, 2016
Weird how Leicester are my favourite team
— manutd23 (@manutd24) March 1, 2016
We've witnessed love pour in for the likes of Riyad Mahrez, Jamie Vardy and Robert Huth, even to the point that fans are willing to overlook previous controversies to fully get behind the unlikely title charge.
Vardy's rags-to-riches story has been a big part of the Leicester love-in, in part due to his status as an everyman who just loves Nando's, karaoke and smashing eggs on Christian Fuchs' head.
The England forward revealed some of his preferences in an interview with Squawka, but we've joined the dots and realised he may have let on more than he intended with his answers.
Naming "Butterfly chicken, medium" as his usual Nando's order (with a side of sweet potato mash, because he doesn't play by the rules), Vardy was also quick to identify Westlife's 'Flying Without Wings' as his go-to song whenever the Foxes take to the karaoke booth.
A pacy forward who has been used out wide for his country, the 29-year-old seemed awfully keen to dismiss wingers, both of the chicken and Irish boyband variety.
Does this mean he sees his future out wide without additional support from the wings, rather than in the central attacking position he frequently occupies at the King Power Stadium?
It might be time for the likes of Marc Albrighton and Demarai Gray to start looking over their shoulders.